You know this is one of those things that had the immediate gratification effect of feeling like fun thing when you initially watched it, but them after you walk away and think about it not so much. I'm sure it was done with the best of intentions, and the logistics of it were very cool... but the more I think about it, these are people who for the most part are presumably doing well enough to buy airfare for themselves and family to travel, they aren't in need.
And the things that the video focuses on are very consumer based items. Watch it more than once and you start to feel a little icky about the level of greed.
I wonder what did they do for people who answered the question with something that wasn't easily purchased - or maybe something that was painfully honest, or in real need. Were those people ignored because it wasn't good for the viral video?
Only very briefly do they mention giving future air travel as a gift which would at least bring family together.
I would rather have seen them doing something equally cool but for people who really need some real help or have a real problem.